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. for instance, lady macbeth encouraging her husband to murder king duncan might look and sound like this. nor time, nor place did then adhere, yet you would make both. they have made themselves and that their fitness now does unmake you. i have given suck, and know how tender it is to love the babe that milks me. i would, while it was smiling in my face, have plucked my nipple from his boneless gums and dashed the brains out, had i so sworn as you have done to this. - if we should fail. - we fail. but screw your courage to the sticking-place, and we'll not fail. when duncan is asleep, whereto the rather shall his day's hard journey soundly invite him. his two chamberlains will i with wine and wassail so convince that memory, the warder of the brain, shall be a fume, and the receipt of reason a limbeck only. when in swinish sleep their drench natures lie as in a death, what cannot you and i perform upon the unguarded duncan? what, not put upon his spongy officers, who shall bear the guilt of our great quell? bring forth men children only. [music] in the parody of the scene in ubu roi, the coup
. he had 28 points. nuggets down 6. under a minute left in the third, duncan rejected by mcgee, then duncan rejected by wilson chandler. big fundamental. what's wrong? next possession, chandler goes right through the lane and throws it down. he had 29 points. nuggets win, 96-86. >>> to the diamond, the braves visiting the marlins. in the fifth inning, evan gaddic, he's been red hot and goes deep to left field, a three-run bomb, third home run of the season and second in as many days. two batters later, juan francisco goes to center. a two-run shot, two ribbies and the braves win 2-0. that's your "sportscenter" update, i'm cassidy hubbarth. have a great morning. >>> the red sox lost to the orioles at fenway park, was not a sellout. >> that ends the longest home sellout streak in major pro-sports history. they played before packed houses for 820 consecutive games. a milestone. >>> up next "the pulse" and prove that "tonight show" host likes us, likes watching this newscast apparently. >> we'll tell you all about it. >>> plus, getting love and attention, where this dog was resc
secretary duncan and the attorney general to make sure we send a very clear message as a federal government that we are all in this together, that bullying is indeed not a rite of passage and as you said so correctly and so eloquently, superintendent, that kids can't learn if they don't feel safe. kids can't learn if they can't be themselves. kids can't learn if they are afraid to turn the corner for fear that somebody is going to hurt them. kids can't learn if they perceive that their teachers and administrators don't have their back when something happens. and that's why we're here. that's why we're together. because we're here to get off the dance floor for a day and on to the balcony, to reflect on what the best practices are, to listen and learn from each other and to do when end of the day, superintendent, i would respectfully submit, precisely what that kid asked you yesterday, to walk out of here and ask ourselves, what can we do differently and better? what did we learn? how can we apply evidence-based practices to the work that we do? because i've seen some remarkable
union. then we're live as education secretary arne duncan and health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius discuss the obama administration's agenda for early childhood education. and later a panel discusses the legacy and lessons of the holocaust for modern day europe. >> russian president vladimir putin held his annual question and answer session last week in moscow. a reported two million questions were submitted to him by text, e-mail and phone on russia's economy, the global economic crisis, corruption in government and the boston marathon bombings. from moscow, here's the first hour of the five-hour program. ♪ ♪ >> translator: good afternoon. live on the air is our direct line with vladimir putin. it's been a year since vladimir putin took his office as head of the state. how the country has been, what has been done, what has failed to be done is what we're going to be talking about today. we will have arina, and clay and a number of other helpers who will work here in the studio. we have -- [inaudible] working the call center, and you can also watch us on chann
to take mountain point or duncan way the onramp. >>> sport salmon fishing began today. there are limits. you can only catch two fish per day and they must be at least two feet day to protect the salmon that run with other species. the commercial season starts may 1st. >>> all right, some call it peaceful. >> i was out on my bike today with my good buddy benny and we would hear these yells from other bike riders saying, i thought you said it was going to be sunny today. others said i thought you said it was going to be rainy. [ laughter ] >>> today's highs were not far off of their mark. when you welcome at that 67 degrees in livermore and san jose, that's pretty much where we should be this time of the year, but the winds did increase during the daytime hours. a little bit of precipitation being noticed now backing through the bay moving due east. this is very light precipitation. the heaviest rainfall is from crescent city through the mown shasta area. this has been the scenario and i had to recheck it, and it is spot on. overnight tonight with mostly cloudy skies and a veil of fog alo
secretary arnie's duncan's primary advisor. before she joined the department of education she was vice president of the education trust in washington, dc and was the founding executive of education trust west in oakland. in these positions she advocated for public school students in california, focusing on achievement and opportunity gaps, improving can urriculum and instructional quality and ensuring quality education for everybody. she served as an advisor on education issues on a number of private ipbs institutions, she is a teacher, a lawyer, and a very influential voice on all policy matters. she was also passionate about ending this issue of bullying and bringing everyone together to stop this disturbing trend so please welcome assistant secretary for civil rights, ruslyn lee. as i said, our moderator is not always our lieutenant governor, of course he needs to introduction -- no, i get to say something. i get to say something. as everyone in this room knows, youngest mayor in 100 years, right? youngest mayor in 100 years when he was elected 10 years ago and he has remained
details of the show of solidarity. duncan, to you. let's talk about how the organizers and the runners are honoring boston today. >> reporter: yeah, hi, alex. before the start of the race they took 30 seconds out for a moment of silence. many of the competitors stood there in silence with their heads bowed, many wearing black ribbons in honor of the victims of boston. and then at the end of the 30 seconds there was some gentle applause and the race got under way. and since then, it's just been a normal london marathon. i've just come back down from the river thames. around half a million spectators are expected to be out lining the courses which winds its way around through some of london's biggest landmarks and in many ways, alex, i think perhaps that is the ultimate show of solidarity, just people coming out as normal, two good examples of that. we spoke to a couple who said when they saw what happened in boston they decided they weren't going to come down to london to watch the marathon, but then they said they saw the groundswell of support for the boston victims and they decided t
and in solidarity with the people of boston. nbc's duncan golestani was there. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands lined up just as the boston runners did six days ago. that's when the whistle blew london's competitors stood still for 30 seconds wearing black ribbons, they joined together in silence to remember those who died and those injured far away. on this sunny spring day the shadow of the boston attacks could be felt here. from the 40% increase in police protection to extra bomb-sniffing dogs checking bags. this was about re-assurance and it worked. >> well, they're here. if anybody's afraid, they wouldn't be here, would they? >> reporter: keeping a close eye, the hundreds of thousands of surveillance cameras installed as a result of past terror attacks, including the 2005 bombings, which killed 52 people. londoners are known for their resilience. despite the bombings in boston, the crowds here are defiant. they have come out in their hundreds of thousands determined to cheer on the runners. london's embrace was especially noticed by its competitors. in boston tatiana mcfadden won the women
's duncan hines. waste management is just a terrific, terrific company that produces more energy with methane gas from landfills than solar does. oxy petroleum, a good company, needs to be better. chicago bridge and iron. unfortunately, i'm going to do something this gentleman doesn't want. you cannot own oxy and cbi because the oils are trading together. so we're going to get rid of this one and what we're going to do is we're going to go buy some merck. and then we've got diversification. ♪ hallelujah >> i want to go to gary, please in california. gary. >> caller: mr. cramer. how are you? >> real good, gary. >> caller: gary johnston from california. >> perfect. >> caller: you're the swami of the stock market, sir, and i need your help. >> i am here for you. >> caller: here we go. am i diversified? unh, united healthcare. c.o.p. conoco. b.a., boeing. nflx. and mlnx. >> netflix and melanox. what have we got here? united health. health care. dow jones industrial name. netflix, we know what that is. everyone uses netflix, don't they in conoco phillips is oil and gas, charitable t
the faithful once again. nbc's duncan has a report tonight. >> reporter: they came by the thousands. a quarter of a million welcomed pope francis as he delivered his first easter mass, calling for peace. he appealed for peace between israelis and palestinians, for the refugees fleeing the war in syria and making reference to what could be the next big conflicts. he called for reconciliation between north and south korea. >> we wanted to come to get the blessing from the pope and to feel the love and community here today and that's what we did. we're hoping that this will be a new sign for world peace. >> reporter: pope francis also urged the people to be good stewards of nature showing their concern for the environment that's already become a cornerstone of his pontificate. nbc claude was in st. francis square. >> pope francis delivered the mass in his now traditional style. it was short, simple and somber. once again it touched the hearts of the thousands of people who came here to see him by getting off the popemobile to go and kiss a disabled man in the crowd. it is an informal style that i
kimone duncan the coughing and itchiness that come with spring allergies are intense. >> oh, my gosh, it's death to me because i'm like oh, my gosh, i just want to have like -- put something over my face. >> reporter: at the atlanta allergy and asthma clinic, it's busy. >> we are definitely seeing more patients having difficulty with these higher tree pollen counts. >> reporter: from here to the cherry blossoms in washington, d.c., rising temperatures mean pollen from trees and flowering plants, and allergists say this will likely be a bad season. >> we're seeing earlier spring season, and late-ending fall seasons. this is problematic in certain parts of the country, in particular where the pollen season starts as early as january. >> reporter: every year, allergists rank the most difficult places to live if you have spring allergies. the worst city this year, jackson, mississippi. but northern cities are increasingly on the list. with buffalo, new york and detroit, michigan, in the top 30. some are pointing to climate change. one study last yearlinged the nation's rising temperatures to
napolitano, arne duncan and others suggested he they couldn't move money around, they did not have flexibility to do that and now apparently they do. listen to arne duncan in february. >> if i had the flexibility i could-- there's no where to go. >> reporter: so, arne duncan then in february saying we have nowhere to go, no flexibility to move money around and now appears the white house says they do have more flexibility. important underscore we're the not saying that the sequester has not had an impact. defense secretary-- >> the question is whether the impact matches up. a hard break, got to go. we'll be right back. when you have diabetes... your doctor will say get smart about your weight. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. [ male announcer ] glucerna hunger smart. a smart way to help manage hunger and diabetes. >> fox news alert. breaking news now on what is being called a united nations threat to our constitutional rights. what is it? we had the breaking news yesterday at
action tonight best in the west squaring off. serj tleing down. do you remember rapt taking duncan off the dribble. 25. thunder win it 100 to 88. half game behind the spurs. top record in the west. lpga first major of the year under way. the championship in rancho mirage. 15-year-old amateur lydia. approach on 10 within a foot for birdie. par 72. 4 shots off the pavements 3 way tie for the lead that includes peterson birdie 18 here. tie with if these ladies. fenl if you are weekend in atlanta began with skills competition. university of detroit mercy dog anderson. no mercy. winning slam dunk title. 1 80 spin with old school reverse cup finish are you kidding me? that was with authority. abc 7 sports. i like the championship. >> difficult. >> 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. may have been confucius who said he's not about yours. >> if i could dunk that's the way would i do it. >> all right it's back. >> some within dear is it the same door? we have the
, members of congress, including john duncan, putting forth legislation that would require future presidential foundations and libraries to disclose all the names of any donor that gives more than $200 on a quarterly basis. president bush will be dedicating his library museum later this month. all the former president's through to his father and the current president will be on hand expected in dallas. john, arlington, virginia. caller: it is interesting, with maggie thatcher's death, a lot of the old crowd who criticized her social reform in britain came out. more interesting is what happened afterward. new labor came to power with a bigger majority than she got
. without duncan, parker you get the point, seth curry needed nine threes to break the mba record for most in the season. he had 7. golden state fighting for the rockets, 6-5 tonight. look at that suns beat houston by 117 in phoenix, warriors beat portland wednesday. two games going on simultaneously, houston tarted eric -- started eric bedard to forget. first career home run to make it 6-0. he was hammered. as up 11-2 in the ninth inning. face off, unleashed pretty back end. fifth spot in the west. no drama tonight at the wnba draft, brittany was selected first overall by phoenix mercury this is interesting because mark cue bin the owner of the -- cuban owner of the dallas mavericks said she would be a good nba player -- >> he would be the one. >> publicity stunt. >> please. >> hey, it works pgh >>> >> have a good night ,, [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to keep from driving all over for the best deals. you don't need to run around. safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. this week, a crazy low price on tide, $10.99 for 100 ounces.
it is duncan. next to each other, one is underground, one isn't. and we have this throughout the entire city. we would like to see all of the city's overhead lines undergrounded so we can leave a legacy much beyond our lifetimes. several major cities have already done this. san diego has already got a task force with the force of law to make this happen. san jose is doing it. london, berlin, pares, all the major cities have done this. so, i'd like to urge the board of supervisors to have a plan to make this happen and happen quickly. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. >>> my name is eugene gordon, jr. redress conditions reflect environment review. dictionary tends to provide dictionary -- dictatorial [speaker not understood]. we the people have addressed so many times. [speaker not understood] education, schooling, work is based upon capital currency [speaker not understood]. monopoly capitalist, imperialist, racialist, [speaker not understood], surrounding planet earth sovereign nations with military basins defending its interests. witness 77 6 victory of african-american negro slave ow
readiness. >> reporter: arnie duncan said the report highlighted the needs for lawmakers to take president obama's suggestions for reform. he proposed $75 billion over ten years to provide high quality preschoolr0to 4-year-olds. >> i think we have a chance to change the course of our country. >> reporter: experts blame the lingering the effects on the state budget and spending cuts to programs like head start because of the sequester will only intensify the gap in early learning. >> for the first time we have gone in an opposite direction of where we need to go. >> reporter: a direction educators worry america will pay for as the youngsters grow up and enter the workforce. despite the losses in this year's report, researchers say overall in the past decade the percentage of the population enrolled in preschool has nearly doubled. i'm danielle lee, nbc bay area news. >> danielle, thank you. >>> leaders are stepping up to the plate in hopes to get the a's into the new downtown ballpark. they are discussing a possible suit against major league baseball and the san francisco giants. the suit w
, duncan, ginoblie. >> kobe was stuck at home watching from his tv. he took to twitter. what would i say if i were there now? pau get your butt off of the block and don't move until you get it. >> he is a fan right now. you know, he is a fan, you guys put more importance on that kind of fan but he is a fan and he gets excited and i am sure you know he will -- he wants to be part of t. i don't blame him. >> the roll of the eyes said more than the sound bite. >>> bucks agreed to a 6 year 90 million deal that will make him the highest back in history. how about nascar, danica finished 25th. yet to crack the top 10 in five races this season. of course she had that nice finish at the daytona 500. joey longono was in the mood for m&ms takes a bite out of kyle bush. matt kenseth able to block kasey kahne and hangs on. what a great move there. by the way, jimmie johnson is the overall leader in the sprint cup standings. winning the pga heritage in a play off. >> all right, thank you very much. >>meday"tonight. breaking down the absence of david lee and why a local writer buildings no big deal. >
hampshire. >> boo-yah. >> you are always so energetic on this show. my coffee of choice is duncan donut, i have no wonner what your u yours is? >> i have duncan donut, i'm on the floor of the stock exchange, starbuck, i didn't like exactly what the caller called. i physical you have to do the conference call, but i'm ecumennical and i like them both. yes. >> great to have you, jim. >> i'm from burlington. >> hey, how are you? >> my question was what are your thoughts obvious diversifying real estate investment trusts and specifically spg real estate funds? >> i like signing property groups very much. i have to like them more, don wood the ceo was here earlier stood i think the best manager in the group. i like that group. it's a great hedge against inflation. they keep raising their dividends. a good group, good to bring that group up. yes, sir. >> hi, this is -- from new york. i want to ask you about freeport, they made acquisitions last year oil and gas assets. what do you think of that acquisition and the stock now. >> i didn't like the acquisition, it's bouncing at 28 and 38 and change
to the white house, by the education secretary, arne duncan. and she also managed to earn over $500,000 during her tenure as superintendent. as testing becomes higher means of behavior and has president obama's race to the top reward teachers and schools for producing higher scores, we shouldn't be surprised this also incentivizes cheating. in the last few years, we have seen the superintendent of el paso schools going to prison for removing students to boost test scores along with investigations showing test irregularities and other states. this is not just a story about the atlanta school district. this is a story about the grand national experiment we're undertaking in public education in this country and its little discussed dark side. joining me at the table, goldie taylor, and atlanta resident, terrell bradford, executive director of better education for kids, and pedro novera. professor of education at nyu. great to have you here. goldie, you're fresh off the plane from hotlanta. thank you for coming. this must be a huge story in atlanta. >> it is, but it has been for a long time. i was
bron? >> yes. >> imus: not kobe? >> no, but kobe has been phenomenal. he's? his 17th year. tim duncan, another guy in his 16th year. then kevin garnett, the older players, it's unbelievable. duncan can't believe how good he's playing. he'll know when to stop. is there anything sadder than a former legend to keeps going and doesn't realize it's done? fans know, people around him know, but they continue to go? >> imus: sad, isn't it? >> sometimes it's in sports, sometimes in entertainment, sometimes? broadcasting. >> imus: there has been debate among the mouth breathers in sports about who is the best player of all time, generated by the birthday of michael jordan, the best i ever saw other than bill russell. i don't know anything about basketball, i'm talking bout somebody who i thought was great. >> he's the greatest champion. won more titles. >> imus: who did he say was better than lebron? >> kobe. >> let lebron finish his career before we talk about who is better. how many guys in the first -- >> imus: wait a minute, i'm 72. >> really. >> imus: we don't have a lot of ti. life's -- i live in
was named superintendent of the year and hosted at the white house by education secretary arne duncan. today she stands accused of theft, making false statements, and conspiracy to rig the results of standardized test scores. the indictment could mean 45 years behind bars for dr. hall. but they also mean trouble for federal education policies which link financial rewards to educators in schools in return for high performance on standardized tests. we're joined now by msnbc contributor professor james peterson, director of africana studies at lehigh university. with me in new york, dana goldstein, fellow at the new america foundation and at the nation institute. dana, this is certainly bad news for dr. hall and also for the 34 educators in atlanta who have been indicted, but this is not an isolated problem in the united states, is it? >> no, it's not. a 2011 investigation by "usa today" found nearly 2,000 instances where it would be more likely to win the powerball than to see the kind of test score jumps that we're seeing across country. >> statistically more likely to win lottery than to se
how pope francis tackles the many pressing issues facingth catholic church. >>> duncan golastani reporting. shoot us an e-mail at "way too early" or tweet me and i challenge you to use the word kerfuffle like schumer did. it's like he won a bet using that word. >>> still ahead on "way too early," a shocking seen during yesterday's louisville/duke game, a gruesome injury. we'll have an update on guard kevin ware next. >>> opening day of basketball, can you believe it? it's a battle for the lone star state. we'll have those highlights and a check on your weather when "way too early" comes back. >>> singer marvin gay's soulful music filled the los angeles air waves as fans gathered to mourn his death and as police gathered evidence to use against the suspected killer, his father. [ male announcer ] this is bob, a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for
-old duncan sims is trying out his first piano. thanks to his mother, he is getting the last piano. >> i am excited about having a piano because i've never heard a piano. >> reporter: it's founder leander sherman is credited for bringing the piano business to the area. his piano business will live on but it won't be under the name sherman clay. >> it's transitioning. i think i couldn't think of anyone better to pass the baton on than steinway. the steinway company will take over the san francisco. the san bruno based company is also heavily involved in everything from paper recycling to real estate and even hearing aids. so after five generations under two bay area families, sherman clay pianos will be no more. >> it's hard to give it up. it's hard to be the last one. >> reporter: sherman clay stores in santa clara and roseville will also close. the company is liquidating $3 million worth of pianos leaving piano fans with one last chance to get a good deal. kevin wayne, ktvu news. >>> san francisco city officials say mandatory retrofits are in order for some 2,800 buildings scattered throug
so that promises made are promises kept. and i assure you, as secretary duncan has said, that we significance vigorously ensure, we absolutely will take all your federal money because that is what we have the ability to do and no federal dollars on education should be spent in places that are come play e come play sent or don't step up, as the first lady says, to ensure that fundamental fairness. >> thank you to tom and ruslyn and thank you for reminding us why we are all here. thank you. (applause). >> thank you so much, tom, and ruslyn and lieutenant governor, we appreciate it. let's move right into the second panel, the effects of bullying on young people, we've already made that transition and their families. what should schools do. our next panel the focus on the effects of bullying on young people. our moderator is cheryl jennings, award-winning journalist and a pioneer in children's issues and women's rights. cheryl has won emmy awards on her work for caring on aging parents and a program aimed at teenager called straight talking teens. cheryl received an emmy nomi
is coming to an end. 8-year-old duncan sims is trying out his first piano. thanks to his mother, he is getting the last piano. >> i am excited about having a piano because i've never heard a piano. >> reporter: it's founder leander sherman is credited for bringing the piano business to the area. his piano business will live on but it won't be under the name sherman clay. >> it's transitioning. i think i couldn't think of anyone better to pass the baton on than steinway. the steinway company will take over the san francisco. the san bruno based company is also heavily involved in everything from paper recycling to real estate and even hearing aids. so after five generations under two bay area families, sherman clay pianos will be no more. >> it's hard to give it up. it's hard to be the last one. >> reporter: sherman clay stores in santa clara and roseville will also close. the company is liquidating $3 million worth of pianos leaving piano fans with one last chance to get a good deal. kevin wayne, ktvu news. >>> san francisco city officials say mandatory retrofits are in order for so
duncan got up and said "this issue is really a very complex issue, and the only way it's going to get addressed is back in your community". well, i took that to heart because i realized that's what needed to be done, and that's why i came back to san mateo county and have gathered other like minded people and what we can do over the next two years and address this issue and put in place the measures that need to be done to make our environment safe because we know that bullying doesn't just happen in the schools. it happens all throughout our community. >> thank you. [applause] >> i get a lot of emails and press releases and it was interesting yesterday morning i went and saw the movie "bully" with the kids in san francisco and over the course of the rest of the day i got and maybe a few days before that at least three emails, press releases, with adults accusing each other of being a bully. in one case it was folks accusing a superintendent of being a bully for imposing budget cuts. another one it was a principal who was a bully because she was tough on teachers at the school. i h
squaring off. serj tleing down. do you remember rapt taking duncan off the dribble. 25. thunder win it 100 to 88. half game behind the spurs. top record in the west. lpga first major of the year under way. the championship in rancho mirage. 15-year-old amateur lydia. approach on 10 within a foot for birdie. par 72. 4 shots off the pavements 3 way tie for the lead that includes peterson birdie 18 here. tie with if these ladies. fenl if you are weekend in atlanta began with skills competition. university of detroit mercy dog anderson. no mercy. winning slam dunk title. 1 80 spin with old school reverse cup finish are you kidding me? that was with authority. abc 7 sports. i like the championship. >> difficult. >> 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. may have been confucius who said he's not about yours. >> if i could dunk that's the way would i do it. >> all right it's back. >> some within dear is it the same door? same door? we have the >> look at the wake up weather. may need few extra minutes in the morning. driz he el in some spots. light breeze. temperatur
action tonight best inthg the west squaring off. serj tleing down. do you remember rapt taking duncan off the dribble. 25. thunder win it half game half game behind the spurs. top record in the west. lpga first major of the year under way. the championship in rancho mirage. 15-year-old amateur lydia. approach on 10 within a foot for birdie. par 72. 4 shots off the pavements 3 way tie for the lead that includes peterson birdie 18 here. tie with if these ladies. fenl if you are weekend in atlanta began with skills competition. university of detroit mercy dog anderson. no mercy. winning slam dunk title. 1 80 spin with old school reverse cup finish are you kidding me? that was with authority. abc 7 sports. i like the championship. >> difficult. >> 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. may have been confucius who said he's not about yours. >> if i could dunk that's the way would i do it. >> all right it's back. >> some within dear is it the same door? same door? we have the >> look at the wake up weather. may need few extra minutes in the morning. driz he el in som
and integration of helicopters. i can remember after the 2003 helicopters doing a field hearing with duncan hunter about the integration of helicopters and how better to integrate them. there's been a lot of discussion about that but do you feel we're ready this year and we are able to integrate those capabilities not only from a command control perspective but from a communications perspective for this fire season? anyone want to elaborate on that? >> can you hear me? okay, perfect. yes, we feel we're confident that we have, the bottom line is any aviator knows safety is paramount. we greatly respect navy, marine corps and guard safety policy. cal fire has an aviation policy as well. we work cooperatively with the agencies here at the table to ensure when we are engaged in an aerial fire fighting event we are working within each other's policies. we have trained in a work around, we can do close air support with navy and marine corps aircraft, with the current system we have. would we like to improve upon it? absolutely. we have gone very high up in the organization to try and look
today. duncan. parker. sitting it out. ready for the play offs. curry 9, 3 away from the record. shooter touch there. then he turns neal inside out like a pretzel. i'm over here. hits the jumper. the highlight wheel dunk with authority. owner joe san antonio playing minus 4 best players but hanging around. mills had 23 points. up 3 at the half playing back up. then if the 14-2 run. warriors go to 19-run and 2 more 3 wed nature to break ray allen all time nba record 116-106 the final. suns offer helping hand and behind the back pass all night long. one to johnson and dudley on the break. suns beat houston 119-112. warriors one up on the rocket with secretary seed in the west with one game to play. after being beaten up by the tigers over the weekend a's open new series with the astros tonight. over after the first being. 2 event night. warriors and robinson day. everybody wearing from a and moment of silence for victims in boston. couldn't get out of the first engine. nate first mainly league homer. 3 run and end after third of an inning. wind swirling. i have on
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